Grateful Dead Live at Madison Square Garden on 1991-09-10
d1t01 | 2:44 | Crowd & Tuning
d1t02 | 14:04 | Shakedown Street >
d1t03 | 5:44 | C.C. Rider >
d1t04 | 4:26 | It Takes A Lot To Laugh It Takes A Train To Cry
d1t05 | 1:46 | Crowd
d1t06 | 6:13 | Black Throated Wind
d1t07 | 0:53 | Crowd
d1t08 | 7:46 | High Time
d1t09 | 1:41 | Crowd
d1t10 | 7:07 | Cassidy
d1t11 | 1:21 | Crowd
d1t12 | 9:25 | Deal
d2t01 | 1:41 | Crowd & Tuning
d2t02 | 3:15 | Help On The Way >
d2t03 | 8:02 | Slipknot >
d2t04 | 10:19 | Franklin's Tower
d2t05 | 13:04 | Estimated Prophet >
d2t06 | 12:20 | Dark Star >
d2t07 | 10:39 | Drums >
d3t01 | 2:22 | Space >
d3t02 | 12:19 | Dark Star >
d3t03 | 4:13 | I Need A Miracle >
d3t04 | 9:02 | Standing On the Moon >
d3t05 | 6:49 | Lovelight
d3t06 | 2:18 | Crowd
d3t07 | 7:20 | It's All Over Now Baby Blue
Comment: *Branford Marsalis on saxophone throughout
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Madison Square GardenLocation New York City, NYSource Matrix of GEMS sources (See notes)Transferred by Matrix by Dan Haugh
**Note this matrix was created using the raw non-dithered transfers from the GEMS sources
Transfer: DATs > TASCAM DA-20 (SPDIF out) ->
LynxTWO-B Audio Reference Interface (SPDIF in) ->
Wavelab 6.0 by Todd Evans January 15, 2009 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Weiss Saracon used for 24-bit, 48kHz SRC (no dither)
Matrix synch completed by Amdig
SBD + AUD Matrix from 2 GEMS Source Mix
* Time sych done in CEPro 2.0
* Multitrack matrix mixdown to 24/48 in CEPro 2.0
Final Matrix Matstering:
Jamie Waddell (email@example.com) on the GEMS Edit Station.
Weiss Saracon for 16 BIT 44.1kHz SRC and POWR-3 Dither
Encoding by BlueDakota. Tracked in Wavelab 6.0, FLACd Flac Frontend level 8
Tag & Rename for FLAC Meta-Tagging.
A **GEMS** Production www.shnflac.net
September 10, 2015
The best source of the best of the MSH '91 run is right here. You'' not be disappointed quality-wise.
Set 1 - Standard, but very well played. Of course, Branford throughout makes each tune a little more interesting than normal. Cassidy > Deal is typically awesome as a set-closer.
Set 2 - Ah, here are the goods....that H>S>F is simply phenomenal. Can we just go ahead and call Dark Star 38 minutes long? :) Love the ethereal space-is-not-quite-finished 2nd of that big jam...
...and hey, Vince will always be sort of on the negative side of the scale for most people (thought I kind of have a soft spot for the guy, myself...), but Bruce is The Man. He didn't quite fit in with the Dead ultimately - maybe too much his own guy, or something....but some of these 90-92 shows are priceless. Simply dismissing him (and Vince, for that matter) as "lame" is awfully convenient, be the critic musically literate or not.
June 29, 2014
Hornsby and Vince are lame
I revisited this show after looking at Deadbase VII taper rankings of shows, and was very optimistic. I have had a tape of this show since week or so after it was played. I saw a lot of shows during this time period, and it all came back to me listening to this show.
The front 3 and Branford together with the drums are sublime and visit some truly amazing places especially in the first segment of Dark Star, but up to that point of the show, all similar places have this spotlight of lameness from the keys shown on them that is really a shame and are embarrassing to any Deadhead who would wish to share the musical experience to someone not familiar. Fortunately they are taken down in the mix considerably during DS.
Those two clowns could throw a wet blanket on nearly any spark of inspiration. Hornsby is out of tune and all during Estimated it is painfully obvious. Even Vince's sax sound sounds better next to that. Which is another thing that is incomprehensible. That Vince would play that effect while on stage with Branford is just weird. Poor Hornsby was always caught somewhere between a soap opera soundtrack and a Parisian cheese fest with his accordion, which is mercifully absent here.
Both of them were vacuous players, watching Hornsby's clueless blank looks during jams was confirmation, and it was a blessing when it ended up being just Vince, who never got it all the way.
If you still want to give it a whirl, this matrix is a masterful work that incorporates all the elements of a NY crowd with a killer board. Other '91 era shows that stand out are 10/31 6/14 6/24,25. Plenty of cheese to go around.
September 14, 2013
head and shoulders imo
head and shoulders above in the 6 of 10 I saw on this run and best I've heard otherwise. killer setlist executed nicely and w/ Branford to boot. Of course this killer matrix here doesn't disappoint. The Shakedown is better than decent for 91 parts around the 9 minute mark remind me of New Orleans must've been the horns or the crystal wash. The the first set gotta lot of not often heard tunes but really the 2nd is where it's at. The H/S/F especially the S was intense for sure, and my favorite DarkStar since 89 even better than D.C. in 90 imo. Lotta critics find a lot of fault with this tour but I think they just haven't moved on from the glory years of the 70's. I mean who that's in their 50' can do their job now as good as when they were in they're 20's? no matter what that job is. I respect all their years even though myself saw my last show in 4/94 @ Miami the 3 single worst shows I ever saw, especially the last night I had to finally turn away closing a door that began on 12/1/79 in my hometown. love these Archives bring back great memories.
March 13, 2013
This is crazy good
Pretty amazing how you put all this talent together and get something that just keeps going going going
January 19, 2012
How about giving a little credit to the guys who recorded the FOB source? Nice work Jamie Young and Clay Brennecke! Excellent matrix effort Dan!
May 9, 2010
2nd set is a real treat
after a dank treat of my own
September 7, 2009
This was a great show!!!